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Nov 5, 2013 12:00pm PST
let's not go too far. what we are talking about now is the technology behind it. >> no we are not, we are not talking about the technology. we are talking about content, we are talking what the president promised. >> okay. >> rose: and the technology part is not working but they have not had a whole range of things that are crucial for the development of this legislation. >> thank you for posing it that way, because let me say this. first of all, it is a big heavy lift to pass it. presidents and speakers for over 100 years had tried to pass affordable care for all americans. we passed it. it was challenged over and over again in court, it stood the test of the court, the supreme court declared it constitutional, in the first year of its implementation before the full implementation kids 18 to 26, on their parents, their children are subjected to previous condition as an obstacle to their getting insurance. seniors, medicare, stability stretched out for years, lower cost of prescription drugs, free checkups, no copay, no deductible, and so that implementation of it went very smoothly.
Oct 30, 2013 6:00am EDT
the story in one word it's about resilience and the tremendous technology that arose from that kind of resilience over the last half century. >> rose: what are the prospects for someone who receives a heart transplant? what are the factors that affect their own longevity? >> the first heart transplant patients lived just a few days. >> rose: right. >> now if -- >> rose: christian bernard or someone before him. >> christian bernard did the first surgery in 1967. heart transplant is forward and allowed patients to live so long. i think a patient who survivors the first year which is the vast majority of people they could live for more than a decade, easily more than a decade. but not just survive in a firm state but really return to very productive, very full lives. look at the vice president. >> rose: in the future we hear also about non-invasive surgery. what's the future of that? >> it's breathtaking. i'm about to train a procedure that i first heard about it several years ago i thought the person who first told me about it was drunk. there's a technology now which is being dissemi
Oct 30, 2013 11:00pm EDT
do with politics, economics and culture? and clearly, one is energy, you know, another is technology. are there other change elements that are out there that we have to understand and get our understanding of the ramifications? what would they be, philip? >> i think definitely there is a shift in economic growth away from the west, the indebted aging west to the younger, obviously not in the case of china but generally. >> rose: or japan. >> and if you think about military power, military power depends on the ability to finance it, and project it, and there were people saying about egypt that, at our conference is egypt could rely on a solid amount of money from america and now -- >> rose: and the saudis jumped in. >> exactly so the people they turned to for guidance will be the saudis because they hold the purse strings, so that affects the global influence of any power just as bring contain which was extremely powerful in the 19th century once it lost its money in the various world wars and much of its global influence and go back to france and early centuries in spain before that,
Oct 30, 2013 12:00am PDT
the part of the people who innovate these technologies over the last century, on the part of the teams of doctors that took care of this unusual patient over the last 35 years. so it's really a story of the revolution in medicine that has provided opportunities for patients like the vice president to not just survive but to thrive. >> rose: we conclude this evening with brad stone and his book the everything store, jeff bezos and the age of amazon. so what makes amazon great? >> you know, i would say it starts with jeff, right. his drive, like bill gates or larry page or steve jobs. he has high standards. the fact that he pushes everyone around him to operate at their best. >> rose: dick cheney, dr. jonathan reiner and brad stone when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> an enemy that operates in the shadows and views the entire world as a battle field is not one that can be contained or deterred. an enemy with fantasies martyrdom. >> rose: he was secretary of defense under president george h.w. bush
Oct 30, 2013 11:00pm EDT
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